Extracts of Sworn Testimony of Frances Morrow in the mater of Habeas Corpus proceedings in re Alexis Georgian.
Excerpt of testimony of undercover Department of Justice special informant Frances A. Morrow in the habeas corpus proceedings in the case of jailed Communist Party of America member Alexis E. Georgian (pseudonym J. Kasbeck). Georgian was arrested in December 1922 in connection with the infiltrated and raided convention of the CPA held at Bridgman, Michigan in August 1922 as an alleged conspirator to use force and violence to bring about the overthrow of the government of the United States.
This material is extracted from the cross-examination of Morrow (pseudonyms Day, Charles Ashworth, John C. Wilson) by Georgian's defense attorney, Donald G. Hughes.
Provenance of this four page typed document: From the papers of defense attorney Fred Moore, obtained by New Jersey autograph collector Evan Shenkman. Transferred to Tim Davenport for archival-grade scanning (presented here). Papers currently reside at the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN.